Advanced science. Applied technology.
Mason awarded ASQ Shewhart Medal
Institute analyst recognized for outstanding work in quality control for automotive and petroleum industries
New "retention model" explains enigmatic ribbon at edge of solar system
Future studies of this region could open a window into the physics of the nearby galactic medium
Suborbital space research and education conference scheduled for June 2013
Sessions focused on the research, education and public outreach capabilities of reusable suborbital vehicles
SwRI®-developed Rhodium Docking Capability software enhances virtual screening capabilities for pharmaceutical, biochemical development
Rhodium software expands pharmaceutical research and protein engineering capabilities
DARPA selects the SwRI K-band space crosslink radio for flight development as part of System F6 Program
System F6 program evaluating “fractionated” spacecraft architecture
Foundation grant will fund SwRI study of Val Verde County water supply
Southwest Research Institute will perform a technical study of the water supply for Val Verde County through a grant from the Coypu Foundation
SwRI team reports Cassini finds a video gamer paradise at Saturn
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft spots another “PAC‐MAN®”‐shaped feature, this time on Saturn’s moon Tethys
NASA Rover providing new weather and radiation data about Mars
RAD monitors high-energy radiation considered to be a health risk to astronauts and a factor in whether microbes could survive on Mars' surface
SwRI will participate in a U.S. Army program to demonstrate alternative sources for an emergency electrical power grid
$7 million U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contract will demonstrate integration of electric vehicles, generators and solar arrays to supply emergency power.
SwRI acquires light-gas gun facility for hypervelocity research
Southwest Research Institute acquires one of the largest impact testing and research facilities in the world.